Monthly Archives: July 2013

Towards a Disabled Friendly Church

Growing up in the church, the importance of Christian community was impressed on me from an early age. I was taught that Christians were like coals heaped on a fire: so long as we stayed together our flame would burn … Continue reading

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A Letter to a Friend

Hello old friend. Remember me? It’s been a while: a year or few. I just want you know I still think of you often. It might sound strange after all this time but I miss you; your friendship meant a … Continue reading

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In Search of a Miracle Cure

“Your illness is one that cannot be cured. We hope it will improve by itself in time.” I have heard these words, time and again, from dozens of doctors over the years, so imagine my surprise when, within hours of … Continue reading

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Liebster Award

A big thank you to Nicola from view from a walking frame for nominating me for a Liebster Award. Unfortunately these awards carry quite a few stipulations and the severity of my health problems means I am extremely limited in … Continue reading

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